A bit of an animation/editing masterclass for you! Every Frame A Painting is a brilliant series of video essays by the editor Tony Zhou. They are all worth checking out, but as we have a declared animation perspective – we wanted to show his illuminating film on the late animator and film maker Satoshi Kon.
You may already have seen this as it’s been doing the rounds, but it’s so delicious we really can’t resist sharing it.
As Hayao Miyazaki announced that The Wind Rises would be his final feature, The Simpsons pay tribute to the master filmmaker in this fondly irreverent scene.
Hey there, 2014 is just around the corner, so we thought we’d take a quick canter through the most popular posts of 2013.
The top three most popular posts were:
3. Pub Dog
1. Thriller In Lego
Not the most popular, but here are a couple of our personal favourites:
If you had a favourite that wasn’t included let us know in the comments below.
Here’s to a great 2014!
We’re throwing the spotlight on some exciting Japanese and Chinese animation today. First up is this delicious first person animated short by Takuya Hosogane. The timing, colours music and intricacy of the animation is stunning. You can almost taste the food!
A cute, weird, surreal, cool, crazy collision of bubble-gum pop colours and anime animation. We’re not sure what it all means, but it is VERY Japanese.